Billingborough go level at top of table

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Billingborough 2nd and Spalding 2nd are locked on equal points at the top of Division One in the South Lincolnshire and Border League.

Billingborough 2nd beat Boston 2nd by 45 runs while Spalding 2nd were without a game this weekend.

Long Sutton 2nd lost by 110 runs to Baston after being bowled out for just 71 in reply.

Fardin Satari (67no) and Easwaran Shanmugan (31no) guided Woodlands to an eight-wicket win over Market Deeping 2nd whose total had been built around the efforts of John McDougall (38) and Richard Pickering (35).

Bourne 2nd were denied a game after Skegness 2nd conceded but they stayed fourth in the Premier Division.

Long Sutton lost by 43 runs at Belton Park after being dismissed for 181.

Openers Phil Barnes (54) and Edward Booth (32) gave them a good start but Andrew Sheardown took 4-35.

Daniel Reynolds (63) and Jake Pollard (51) shared an opening stand of 132 for Belton Park while Rohan Perera added 41.

Welby’s good run continued with a 55-run win over Moulton Harrox.

Seven batsmen made it into double figures but nobody reached 20 as Harrox made 154-8.

Darren Bradbury (51) and Michael Gilbert (46) starred for Welby while John Barnett claimed 5-44.

Pinchbeck moved up to fourth after beating Spalding 3rd by eight wickets in Division Two.